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Dinner menu for the Dominion train from 1950 Canadian Pacific Railway Company. Dining Car Service 1950

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 IliiiPiP THE   DOMINION
TABLE D'HOTE DINNERS
$2.00
Spring Onions        or        Radishes        or        Iced Celery        or        Green Olives
Apple, Tomato or Grapefruit Juice
or
Clam Chowder
Canadian Pot Roast, Jardiniere
Breaded Veal Cutlets, Creole Sauce
Consomme
Spanish Omelet
Assorted Cold Meats, Chow Chow Pickles
Green Peas
Boiled New Potatoes
Fruit Pie
Buttered New Turnips
Cream Whipped Potatoes
Preserved Peaches with Cake
Chilled Melon
Ice Cream with Cake
Canadian Cheese with Crackers
White, Brown and Raisin Bread Rolls (Hot or Cold)
Hot Biscuits
Tea Coffee Cocoa Instant Postum Milk Buttermilk
(Iced if Desired)
DINING  CAR
SERVICE
NOTICE
TO PATRONS
Will patrons please be
good enough to write on
meal check leach item
desired, as employees
are not permitted to
accept or serve orders
given verbally.
• Half portions served at half price to children under 12 years of age if ordered on special meal check.
The Steward will be pleased to supply a souvenir copy of this menu in envelope ready for mailing. No check issued for a |ess amount than 25c to each person.
It  is with  pleasure and  pride that we call attention to the desire and willingness of all our
1 D.E., V-14-5 0     3-4 employees to give their utmost in service and special attention, and they as well as ourselves would
appreciate your criticisms as well as your commendations.
J. L. Sugden, Manager, Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Cars, Montreal.
STATION   LUNCH   ROOMS—VANCOUVER,   CALGARY,   MOOSE  JAW  AND  WINNIPEG-—GOOD  MEALS,   LIGHT   REFRESHMENTS  AT   POPULAR   PRICES
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Radishes, 20 Iced Celery, 30 Queen Olives, 25
Spring Onions, 20      Grapefruit Juice, 25      Tomato Juice, 25
Apple Juice, 2 5 Mixed Pickles, 2 0
•
Clam Chowder or Consomme
Cup 25, Tureen 40
Grilled B. C. Coast Fish, 95 Crabmeat, Au Gratin, 90
Steamed Cod, 95 Finnan Haddie, Delmonico, 95
•
Canadian Pot Roast, 1.05
Breaded Veal Cutlets, 90
Individual Pot of Baked Beans (Hot or Cold), 55
Boiled or Fried Eggs (1) 30, (2) 55
Poached Eggs on Toast (1) 30, (2) 55
Scrambled Eggs, 55 Shirred Eggs, 55
Plain Omelet, 60 Jelly, Tomato or Savory Omelet, 65
Spanish  Omelet,   75 Fresh  Asparagus  Omelet,  70
Country Style Omelet, 70
Vegetables     Cream Whipped Potatoes, 20 Boiled New Potatoes, 20
Wax Beans, 25 Green Peas, 25 Buttered Turnips, 25
Relishes
Soups,
Fish
Roasts,
Entrees,
Etc.
Cold
Dishes
Salads
in Individual
Bowl
Desserts
Breads
Beverages
Canadian Sardines, 3 5 Roast Beef, 90 Chicken, 95
Assorted Meats, 90
With Potato Salad,  10c extra
•
Chicken, 80 Fruit, 65 Seafood, 80
Combination, 65 Asparagus, 65
Served with French or Mayonnaise Dressing
•
Fruit Pie, 2 5 Preserved Peaches with Cake, 3 0
Chilled Melon, 3 5 Ice Cream 25, with Cake, 30
Cheese, 30
•
Toast, 10 Hot Biscuits, 10 Rolls (Hot or Cold), 10
White, Brown or Raisin Bread, 10
Coffee, Pot, 25, served with Hot Milk or Cream
Instant Postum, 25       Tea, Pot, 25       Cocoa, Pot, 25
(Iced if Desired)
Malted Milk, 25 Individual Milk, 15 Buttermilk, 15 Trie Mounted"
The scarlet coat of "The Mounted" has been the symbol of
law, order and justice to Canadians since 1873, twelve years
before Canada's first, transcontinental railway, the Canadian
Pacific, was built. In the western plains, during the 1898
gold rush to the Yukon, and across the Dominion, the history
of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police has been one of
tenacity, endurance and high courage. Organized as the
North-West Mounted Police, armed with horse, lance and
carbine to handle Indian unrest and protect settlers in the
North-West Territories, the Force maintained order during
the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway across the
Prairies. In 1904 the name of the Force became the Royal
North-West Mounted Police.
In 1918 it was entrusted with the enforcement of Dominion
legislation for Western Canada, In 1920 this jurisdiction was
extended to the whole of Canada, and the name was
changed to Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Headquarters
was transferred to Ottawa from Regina which is still the
Dominion Training Centre. The Royal Canadian Mounted
Police today enforces the laws against smuggling by land,
sea and air, is responsible for the suppression of traffic in
narcotic drugs and exercises supervision over aliens. Use is
made of every known scientific aid to police protection in its
well-equipped laboratories.
Just as "The Mounted" played an heroic part in the carving
out of a new democracy on the western frontier so, today,
it plays a part in the preservation of that democracy at home.
THE SLEEPING CAR CONDUCTOR WILL WIRE AHEAD, V/ITHOUT CHARGE,
TO ANY CANADIAN PACIFIC HOTEL FOR YOUR RESERVATIONS.
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